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It's crazy how much use this wooden food gets! We use it for pretend cooking and pretend picnics. It's also great to use as a fun mix and match game. The knives are not sharp at all and very safe for toddlers.

Rated by Michelle Harten

Love the wooden play food picnic box, great quality too.

Rated by Carla Harris

My grandaughter love playing with these wooden foods cuts them up and shares with her toy baby lovely to watch

Rated by Di Yates

This is great hours of fun cooking. My granddaughters crack the egg into a bowl to make cakes slice the bread and serve it up on the little wooden try. We already have fruit but this collection is just great a little bit of everything. After all the cutting and chopping we lay it all out and have our picnic.

Rated by Gai Sinclair

The kids love it well made

Rated by Tamara Aslett

I love the wooden play food! There are lots of life like foods for the children to slice through. They have to saw back and forth like a real knife to break through the velcro and they love it. And when they have finished playing, it all packs away neatly in the picnic box. Great gift idea for both boys and girls.

Rated by Christine Head

A very realistic toy, perfect for little hands.

Rated by Robyn Taylor

Very good quality, ideal gift for 12mths and up

Rated by Carrie McCallum

The cutting fruit is fantastic and great quality and value for money. Bought as a gift and am very proud to be giving it...

Rated by Stephanie Barnes

My boy absolutely loves this. So glad I stumbled across your website and I will be making lots of other purchases from here as well.

Rated by Mira Cupic

Great play food set. So much nicer than most of the food sets out there.

Rated by Clare Henry

Our 3 year old loves this wooden food. It entertained her for hours when our new baby was born. Really easy for little hands to chop the food using the safe wooden knives.

Rated by Kerryn Rudder

Love the loaf of baguette loaf!!

Rated by Melanie Fentoullis
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